Painting in progress: Introducing texture to the intermediate layer


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Painting in progress: Introducing texture to the intermediate layer

As we advance into the intermediate layer of our translation, it's time to start introducing some texture into the mix. Within the vocabulary of painting, the appearance of canvas texture is a way of re-establishing the high frequency detailed destroyed in the underpainting step. We can effectively use this detail to control the viewer's eye, and weigh the importance of the subject matter in a scene. Let's take a look. So, here we are, this is where we were at when last we spoke, and one of the things I realized when I went to do this, is that now that I'm talking about texture, I wish I had used texture when I started painting these strokes.

So, it brings up an interesting conundrum. How do we now get rid of this, and continue on? Well, I've mentioned this before, but this is a good practical application of it, so I'm going to show you this. I could certainly go in here then, and use my eraser, for example, to get rid of this. Seems like the obvious thing to do, j...

Painting in progress: Introducing texture to the intermediate layer
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Painting in progress: Introducing texture to the intermediate layer provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Architecture

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